Anne Champion: poems

Blue Suns, Yellow Skies At six, my sister claimed she remembered birth, that moment the scalpel sliced across our mother’s abdomen and pried open the flesh to expose her miniature body held inside.   The first thing you know is how cold the world feels, she said, nestled inside a sleeping bag covered with blankets, gripping her stuffed lion, You…

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